Additional Wi-Fi features include location-based services, so attendees can understand where they are and how to get to their next session or booth. With higher bandwidth available to groups, presentations can be quickly downloaded and streaming video presentations can be uploaded. All these new capabilities allow groups the flexibility they need to create the event they want.
"With our experience building CityCenter in Las Vegas, we learned best practices that we applied in building this new guest network that is the finest in the industry," said John Bollen, vice president of Technology Strategy for MGM Resorts International. "Our resorts are open 24/7, and we needed a company that could deliver guaranteed, high-level service to enhance our premier resorts' offerings. We found that in Cisco. No one else in Las Vegas, and even the U.S., can offer the scale, quantity and quality of wireless services we now have available."
Sujai Hajela, vice president and general manager, Wireless Networking Group, Cisco, said, "Cisco is on the front line when it comes to helping customers address their enterprise wireless and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) challenges, providing businesses with a complete unified access solution that fits their needs today and in the future. By working with MGM Resorts, Cisco is taking the customer from basic connectivity to an uncompromised user experience that allows them to utilize the rich guest services offered by MGM Resorts."
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